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      Tracking Mimicking the Brain's Perception of the Scene

    Here is a short article on the use of visual images to mimic the brain's interpretation.
    "Researchers at the MIT McGovern Institute for Brain Research have used a biological model to train a computer model to recognize objects in busy street scenes, such as cars or people. Their very innovative approach, which combines neuroscience and artificial intelligence with computer science, mimics how the brain functions to recognize objects in the real world. This versatile model could soon be used for automobile driver's assistance, visual search engines, biomedical imaging analysis or robots with realistic vision."

      Posted by schestowitzon Monday, February 12 @ 09:47:09 GMT (2979 reads)
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      Tracking Video Surveillance Market Accommodates Big Blue

    An 800-pound gorilla enters a market whose value and demand are increasing.
    "The new product, dubbed Smart Surveillance System or S3, can transmit information collected by digital video cameras over computer networks, allowing it to be monitored remotely"

      Posted by schestowitzon Tuesday, November 07 @ 23:46:59 GMT (1211 reads)
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      Tracking Surveillance System HOWTO

    Some time ago I mentioned cross-platform surveillance systems for your home. Here is a more detailed guide, which refers to a free solution that works under Windows.
      Posted by schestowitzon Friday, September 29 @ 01:04:42 BST (1252 reads)
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      Tracking Do-It-Yourself Surveillance System for Free (Windows, GNU/Linux, Mac OS)

    A noteworthy mention:
    "Adding a motion detecting video surveillance system to your home or apartment is easier, and cheaper than you might think, and the solution lies right in your PC."
    I imagine that the Linux utility can be run under (or compiled for) Darwin.
      Posted by schestowitzon Tuesday, September 05 @ 04:36:56 BST (2531 reads)
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      Tracking Early Glance at Eye Movement-Controlled Computers

    The following scoop from a CNET blog reveals some interesting details about the use of eye motion, its interpretation, and its signal in the context of human-computer interaction (HCI).
    "Tobii, a Swedish company that specializes in eye-tracking hardware and software added this little gem to their arsenal in March. It's the latest product to come from Tobii, which produces a line of eye-tracking equipment, some of which is used for purposes of Web research."

      Posted by schestowitzon Sunday, August 06 @ 13:03:30 BST (827 reads)
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